“Easter” not allowed at elementary school

By | March 26, 2013

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  1. david marshall

    not for nothing but it appears that blacks are behind all this against holy holiday’s, by the way easter egg hunt is not aa regligiuos thing, i wonder if they would ban the word kwansa or however you spell it from the school, or better yet ban the word alla, i bet they wont do it.

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